Ram Scoreboard - Hoop and Hockey Wins

Friday's RHS pink game. Photo Credit: RHS
Friday's RHS pink game. Photo Credit: RHS
Girls Basketball

Rockville defeated Fermi 44-37 in the annual pink game on Friday. 

Several donated gift packages were raffled off at the half to raise money for cancer research. 

Taylor Krajewski led the Rams with 16 points. Courtney Joubert added 14. 

Nicole St. Briand paced Fermi with 11 points. 


By defeating Conard 3-1 on Friday, Bolton/Coventry/Rockville improved to 8-2 and clinched a spot in the tournament. 

Here is the scoring summary:

First Period

BCR - Hunter Byram at 3:26.  BCR - Dan Hansen from Seth Alexanderowicz at 5:06.  

Conard - Mark Ehnor from Grayson Lacroix and Quinn Lacroix at 7:44, power play. 

Second Period

BCR - Bruce Smith from Paul Bates at 12:23.

Third Period 

No scoring. 

BCR goalie Connor McGrath had 26 saves. Conard goalie Alexander Khan had 21 saves.

Conard is now 2-7.

Coach's comment:  "We jumped on Conard right away until we took two undisciplined penalties at the same time giving Conard a 5-on-3 advantage, where they scored their only goal. This gave them momentum and it became a good hockey game until the final buzzer. Connor McGrath kept us in it."

Boys Basketball

Robert O'Gara offers this summary of the RHS boys: 

The Rams got back on track with a win Friday night against Fermi High School in Enfield. Previously the Rams dropped the last two away games against Hartford Public 89-58 on Jan. 14, and a close one to Rocky Hill, 68-65, on Jan. 17. 

On Friday, the Rams offense was led by Tarchee Brown with 24 points followed by Jacob Kennedy who dropped in 19 points. Raheim Huff added 9 points along with Sean O’Gara who followed with 7 points. Adam Barselau put in 6 points along with Anthony Santiago and Brian Ducas who both chipped in with 5 points apiece.

The rest of scoring was rounded out by Tyler Johnson with 4 points followed by Andrew Foreman with 2 points. The Rams connected on nine three-point attempts with Brown and Kennedy hitting four each and Santiago adding one.

The JV team picked up a solid win as well. The Freshman Team had the night off as Fermi does not have a freshman program this year.  

The Rams have a busy schedule this week with three away games. On Monday night they are away at South Windsor followed by a game at Ellington on Wednesday and on Thursday they play at Bloomfield High School. All varsity games start at 7 p.m. 
Mr C January 27, 2014 at 10:24 AM
Rough girls game but the RHS girls gutted out a win. Marge McCurry and Sherri Romie did a great job raising money for the fight against breast cancer!!


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